Lybrate.com has a number of highly qualified Homeopaths in India. You will find Homeopaths with more than 44 years of experience on Lybrate.com. You can find Homeopaths online in Bangalore and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.
Book Clinic Appointment with Dr. K Visalakshi
Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Skin Care Treatment
Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Weight Management Treatment
Piles Treatment (Non Surgical)
Sexually Transmitted Disease (Std) Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Submit a review for Dr. K VisalakshiYour feedback matters!
Guys who pay careful attention to their penis health are already aware that penis odor can be an annoying and persistent problem. That unfortunate aroma that wafts from a man's mid-section can be embarrassing at the office and a disaster on a date. There are several causes related to penis odor, but one which many men forget about is simply the food that they eat. Sometimes altering one's diet can have a positive effect on the aroma that assaults a date when the pants come off.
It shouldn't be a surprise to learn that what one eats can impact penis odor. After all, "you are what you eat," and health specialists have for years discussed the link between regular body odor and diet. Well, the same holds true for diet and penis odor - and perhaps it's even more important where the smelly penis is concerned.
Why? Simple. Because it is kept in a heated situation- nestled between (usually) two layers of clothing and (usually) surrounded by a thick thatch of insulating pubic hair, the penis is already prone to sweat and bacteria, which in turn leads to unwanted smells. So an "odor situation" is already likely to exist before odors originating from food are added in.
The food-based aromas typically are a result of the breakdown of the foods in the body, which gets absorbed and used and then released through feces, urine and sweat. It's the strong food odors that are found in the urine and sweat that specifically add to the penile odor content.
What to avoid
Every man's body and metabolism is different, so a food that creates a big stink in one guy may not in another. However, here are a number of foods that typically score higher on the odor-causing charts.
- Meat. Yep, all those manly hamburgers and steaks that taste so great are notorious for adding an unpleasant "meaty" odor to the body. One study took sweat from vegetarians and from meat eaters and asked women to rate them; the red meat-based sweat was a non-starter.
- Asparagus. It's so healthy, but this amazing vegetable is a "stink sink," especially when it gets into the urine.
- Chicken tikka masala. Actually, any foods that include healthy amounts of curry and cumin can create distinctive smell issues. These strong spices create a taste sensation, but they also have a habit of hanging around in the body for quite a while. A spicy penis odor can easily result.
- Garlic. Is anyone surprised about this? After all, garlic is already famous for scaring off vampires with its pungent odor.
- Booze. Various alcohols have various aromas, but none of them really smells attractive when filtered through the body's sweat system. Rather than going overboard on alcohol, a man should increase his water intake; staying well hydrated is one of the best ways to help fight body and penis odor.
- Fish. Women often complain that their boyfriend's penis has an especially "fishy" smell, and indeed fish is one of the biggest body odor culprits. Blame choline, a chemical often found in fish which interacts with some men's metabolism to create an obnoxiously strong presence.
Paying attention to food can help diminish unwanted penis odor, but diet alone cannot do the whole trick. Proper hygiene is essential, as is the daily use of a top drawer penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Not just any crème will do; it's crucial that the chosen crème contains vitamin A. This vitamin possesses antibacterial properties which seek out and destroy many of the bacteria that can give rise to a penis stench. Further odor fighting benefits derive if the crème also contains she abutter, which is a high end emollient derived from the fruit of the shea tree. Shea butter hastens dermatological healing, which in turn can keep the skin healthier and more resistant to bacteria.
I am reduce ny weight. My weigh is increasing day by day. So what is the procedure to duce my weight.
Sir what is blood clot and how it forms in brain and what is treatment for this. And what are causes for stroke once it is spotted in ct angiography again testing is required after treatment what are test required for blood and urine thanks kindly reply.
B. cereus is able to persist in food processing environments due to its ability to survive at extreme temperatures as well as its ability to form biofilms and spores.
B. cereus has been recovered from a wide range of foods, including rice, dairy products, spices, bean sprouts and other vegetables.
Fried rice is an important cause of emetic–type food poisoning associated with B. cereus.
The organism is frequently present in uncooked rice, and heat–resistant spores may survive cooking.
Cooked rice subsequently at room temperature can allow vegetative forms to multiply, and the heat-stable toxin that is produced can survive brief heating such as stir frying
Two distinct types of toxin-mediated food poisoning are caused by B. cereus, characterized by either diarrhea or vomiting, depending on which toxin is involved. The diarrheal toxin is produced by vegetative cells in the small intestine after ingestion of either bacilli or spores. The emetic toxin is ingested directly from contaminated food. Both toxins cause disease within 24 hours of ingestion.
The emetic syndrome is caused by direct ingestion of the toxin.
The number of viable spores and vegetative bacteria that produce diarrheal toxin is reduced by heating, although spores associated with emetic toxin are capable of surviving heat processing.
Cereulide is heat stable and resistant to gastric conditions.
The ingested toxin itself may therefore cause disease despite sufficient heating to kill B. cereus.
The emetic syndrome is characterized by abdominal cramps, nausea, and vomiting. Diarrhea also occurs in about one–third of individuals. Symptom onset is usually within 1 to 5 hours of ingestion, but it can also occur within half an hour and up to six hours after ingestion of contaminated food.
Symptoms usually resolve in 6 to 24 hours.
Rice–based dishes in particular have been implicated in emetic toxin mediated disease, usually as a result of cooling fried rice dishes overnight at room temperature followed by reheating the next day.
The infective dose of cereulide required to cause symptoms is 8 to 10 micrograms per kilogram of body weight.